About the Sussex Car and Motorcycle Jumble

to be held Sunday 25th July, 2021.

Successful annual One Day Event on Sunday 25th July 2021 in the grounds of Worthing Rugby Club, 9am-2.30pm £2 entry for public. Under 12s free. Free parking Traders £16 for 8' outside stall and £20 for inside stall, both including a breakfast bap. Variety of trade stalls and garage clearance. Display area for Vintage and Classic Cars pre 1975 Hot food available all day with a licensed bar. Enquiries to Paul or Sheila as above.

- Paul Goulet- Paul Goulet      


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-0.475349 (LONG) // 50.820663 (LAT)

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Sussex Car and Motorcycle Jumble Contact Details

  • Contact Name: Paul Goulet
  • Organisation: Paul Goulet
  • Address: Worthing Rugby Club, Roundstone Lane, Angmering, near Worthing
  • Postcode: BN16 4AX
  • Phone: 07760793912 or 07774655951

Sussex Car and Motorcycle Jumble

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